We had so many lovely messages about our cruise competition round up last month and I set out to do another list for you but I think we’ve hit a bit of a low patch!!! Cruise Competitions seem in very short in supply this month – I’ve added some that finish in December and suspectContinue reading “‘Win a Cruise’ – a roundup of competitions for you to enter before the end of 2019”
Have you noticed how many last minute cruises there seem to be this year? It’s funny how cruisers start off split into two groups – maybe you’re in the ‘book it as soon as the brochures come out’ brigade and perhaps the ‘gosh that’s cheap – let’s do it” gang? We definitely used to beContinue reading “December in the Med – cruising out of season”
We had great responses to our cruise competition round up last month so set out to do another list for you! Cruise competitions are very short in supply this month!! I’ve only found a few plus a couple of others that might be interesting…. Most of these actually close in November but get entering now!!Continue reading “Our roundup of October Cruise Competitions”
I have enjoyed cruising all over the world for the last twenty years or so and, although I occasionally hear an ill informed comment about it being a snobbish and elitist holiday choice, most people seem quite interested in cruise and cruise ships – even if its not a holiday choice for them, they canContinue reading “How environmentally friendly is cruising?”
Just a small section of the incredible 8000 pipes being used in the construction of the organ of La Sagrada Familia, in favourite cruise port Barcelona – due for completion bu 2026: the centennial of Antonio Gaudí’s passing away. it will be awesome in the true sense when 8000 pipes fill this unique acoustic space with sound…
lissima – the literal translation from the Italian means Beautiful; so a very confident name for an enormous, great big new ship. We wanted to find out if she deserved such a compliment so were thrilled be able to join Bellissima for a short section of her Inaugural cruise from Southampton to Genoa – embarking in Barcelona for just two nights aboard.
My daughter and I were looking for a short break away when we fell across an absolute bargain 5 night section of a repositioning cruise on MSC Opera, the following weekend. After upgrading to an Aurea Suite (of which more later) and upgrading the all inclusive drinks package to Premium it was still cheaper than a pampering weekend for two at a spa in the UK! We added two Easyjet flights ourselves as there were no MSC flights available and we were ready to go!
We had some lovely response to our cruise competition round up so here is Septembers list for you! Good Luck and please do let me know if you win a cruise – especially if you need someone to come with you!!
Dover – there is a lot more to Britains oldest port than white cliffs – so make time on your visit for a little portExplore.…
Sitka, on the Pacific Coast of Barenof Island in Alaska, is one of the more unusual ports to see featured on an Alaskan itinerary. Originally built by Russian traders in the early 1800’s it has a very different feel to the wild west, gold rush mining towns that form most of the other ports of call in the area and is definitely worth a visit if you get the chance!!